This entry is going to perhaps be the simplest, shortest and most basic of entries in this series so far. It’s not because I’m lazy (although I am). It’s not because as I write this it’s late and I have work tomorrow (although it is and I do). No, it’s because sometimes you need simple.
I’m just going to start by saying I’m all for a guitar pedal that claims it’s like being bitten in the face by a snake. Brutal. I like that. If you’re going to build a distortion pedal it probably needs to be brutal So the name Death Adder seems fitting to me. Well played Tortuga
Three blog posts in under two days?! I know what you’re thinking. WTF—clearly the acronym for What’s This? Friday? Well actually, no. It’s not Friday. Also, that’s not what WTF stands for. When you take a look at the J. Rocket Audio Designs WTF Fuzz pedal though, you’ll know what WTF truly stands for. And it’s
I’ll be honest. I sometimes wonder why I keep this Blog alive. I have less time every day to dedicate to guitar playing let alone writing. Every now and then though, I see something in my email that once again makes my ears raise like evil little horns. Something that makes me pay attention and
It’s another overdrive pedal. Shock! I like my overdriven guitars, ok?! But maybe I play clean every now and then and I need to boost that sound. Nobody likes it soft. It doesn’t matter if it’s clean or dirty. Go hard or go home. Well with the Oddfellow Caveman Overdrive 2 pedal you can most